Bearhug the Stone Roller 185.13k plus 15.1k = 200.23k

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Bearhug the Stone Roller 185.13k plus 15.1k = 200.23k

Postby David Horne » Sat Apr 28, 2012 4:14 pm

Bearhug the Stone Roller 185.13k plus 15.1k = 200.23k
It's easy to see on the big screen, so make the video full size.
It's a heavy one!
After this I did 2 reps with the stone without the extra weight.

Video
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Mf4HGz3 ... tube_gdata
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Re: Bearhug the Stone Roller 185.13k plus 15.1k = 200.23k

Postby MARKR » Sat Apr 28, 2012 4:21 pm

Great lift David
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Re: Bearhug the Stone Roller 185.13k plus 15.1k = 200.23k

Postby David Horne » Sat Apr 28, 2012 4:33 pm

Cheers Mark.
Big and heavy lift, and amazingly after 6 lifts and reps to finish, that my back is fine. It really has strengthened even more in recent weeks.
I've brought my old Hyperextension bench back and working on this too.
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Re: Bearhug the Stone Roller 185.13k plus 15.1k = 200.23k

Postby MARKR » Sat Apr 28, 2012 4:40 pm

I love the hyper bench I have its the best thing I have ever bought.I use it twice every session and it is great for keeping my lowerback healthy.
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Re: Bearhug the Stone Roller 185.13k plus 15.1k = 200.23k

Postby David Horne » Sat Apr 28, 2012 4:45 pm

Yes, you are totally correct about the back health benefits of the Hyper.
Right now with it I am able to get back to two back sessions a week.
My back feels the best it has since the 1990s, just thick and strong right now.
I'll answer your pm tomorrow mate.

MARKR wrote:I love the hyper bench I have its the best thing I have ever bought.I use it twice every session and it is great for keeping my lowerback healthy.
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Re: Bearhug the Stone Roller 185.13k plus 15.1k = 200.23k

Postby MARKR » Sat Apr 28, 2012 4:55 pm

Thanks David
I've found that high upto 40 reps works best for me, if I start using weight with it or too much weight it has the opposite effect and overstres's my lower back. Ive tried kettlebell swings, inversion boots, mobility exercises and bands for the lower back but the hyper was the one exercise that actually cured the lower back problems i had.
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Re: Bearhug the Stone Roller 185.13k plus 15.1k = 200.23k

Postby David Horne » Sat Apr 28, 2012 5:32 pm

Yes I usually hit sets of 20 reps.
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